The USAMMA is a unique and multifaceted organization that acts as the Army Surgeon General’s central focal point and Executive Agent for strategic medical logistics programs and initiatives. The Agency’s mission is to develop, acquire, provide, and sustain world class solutions and capabilities to enable medical readiness globally. Accordingly, the USAMMA’s principal skills and technologies focus on the medical logistician’s role in lifecycle management, sustaining and modernizing the medical force (Active, Guard, and Reserve), supporting exercises and contingency operations, and promoting medical logistics information and knowledge. The Agency’s core competencies described below are those business products and services that support our mission and collectively define the Agency’s unique contribution within the AMEDD.USAMMA Mission Statement:
To develop, tailor, deliver, and sustain medical materiel capabilities and data in support of readiness and healthcare operations globally.USAMMA Vision Statement:
Lead the acquisition and sustainment of medical materiel equipment and technology.
Our core competencies reflect the unique, collective abilities shared across the USAMMA in support of the Army Health System primarily for the Active, National Guard, Reserve, and Army Prepositioned Stocks (COMPOs 1, 2, 3, and 6, respectively). They relate outwardly to the USAMMA contributions to Army Medicine and the Military Health System across the medical materiel acquisition-logistics continuum in support of unified land operations.
Forecast, plan and execute a variety of medical materiel readiness missions by providing a full-range of medical materiel solutions and support. Developing and procuring medical technologies and materiel, performing medical set assembly functions and materiel delivery or fielding for the operating and generating forces worldwide. Provide acquisition project management and related force management expertise as the materiel developer for commercial and non-developmental items, manager for medical cataloging, integrated acquisition logistics including maintenance, and medical materiel life cycle management in support of operating and generating forces.
Support wide-array of program elements for the medical Army Force Generation efforts across the force pools and centrally manage the Army Prepositioned Stocks and The Surgeon General contingency program and other readiness support programs designed for all Army components during unified land operations. Deploy the medical logistics support team. Provide Army Medical Department National Maintenance Program expertise and Sustainment Maintenance functions and technical proficiency. Develop policies and procedures to ensure medical maintenance supportability and training requirements, equipment reliability and maintainability, and maintenance repair and services of medical equipment and technologies. Deploy the Forward Repair Activity-Medical